Saskia Solovieva

What makes me special?
Life and its drama. Some people think about the stages , meaning and further events of their life. I am one of these type of people. My life began with a silent light in the ward of the maternity hospital. As my mother said I was a little red baby , who didn't cry and it was too strange situation for the hospital.
My childhood, adolescence and youth went in this silent rhythm too. When I was five years old my uncle , composer and my mother's brother , noticed that I have high and strong tone of voiceand advised me to continue to develop my talent. So the next twelve years I was an active participant at the many song contests and at the national Yakut songs' festivals. I keep all my awardsand costumesat home and when I look at them I remember that time of my life.
Creation, music and movie are playing the big role in my life. Since I was seven years old , I had an advantage above my classmatesin the lessons of drawing. The teacher of drawing , architecture and design supported me and we had a six hours in a week to develop my method of the drawing. It was a really good time. We tryed to experiment with my skills and we took part in many contests and Olympic games. My teacher was my first spiritual tutor. She's name is Tuyaara Innokentievna. And nowadays we stay a good friends and communicate each other.
Music. All events of my life are connected with this big word. As for it is not only a word, it is my air , my life and my God. I go around the street and listen to the rhythm of sound in all atmospheres of the city , steppes of people , the noise of cars and create new compositions , write a poems. I notice that I have the strong sence of rhythm. It sometimes compares me but I am always enjoy it.
In my free time I try to develop my skills. My room is a big Kingdom of my works. Many tubes of oil , pencils , linens , my creation at the walls , the DVD and CD with my favourite films and music , different unusual clothes. This is the typical view of my room.
All of my life is a creation in a silent place. I hope that I will do progress in a career with my crazy ideas in the future.


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Differences and similarities between the creation of Anton Corbijn and Gus Van Sant.
There are many capable persons who always work with their skills, find their inspiration in the first opinion ordinary things. I want to tell you about my favorite directors and show you the similarities and differences in their creation. These are Gus Van Sant and Anton Corbijn.
Gus Green Van Sant, Jr. is an American film director, screenwriter, photographer, musician, and author. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Achievement in Directing for his 1997 film Good Will Hunting and his 2008 film Milk, and won the Palme d'Or at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival for his film Elephant. He lives in Portland, Oregon. And Anton Corbijn. He was born in Strijen, Netherlands. He started his career of music photographer when he saw the Dutch musician Herman Brood playing at a cafe in Groningen (the Netherlands) around 1975. He took a lot of photos of the 'rising star' Herman Brood & His Wild Romance. He also designed album covers for U2 and other famous bands of the music industry. On 17 May 2007, Corbijn's first feature film Control about the life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis premiered to rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival. The bright similarity is shown in these two films.
Last Days is an American drama film is a fictionalized account of the last days of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. It was released to theaters in the United States on July 22, 2005, and was produced by HBO. The film stars Michael Pitt as the character Blake, based on Kurt Cobain. Kim Gordon (of Sonic Youth), Lukas Haas, Asia Argento, and Thadeus A. Thomas also star in the film.
And Control. This is a 2007 black-and-white biographical film about Joy Division singer Ian Curtis. Matt Greenhalgh wrote the screenplay based on the book Touching from a Distance, written by Curtis' widow Deborah who co-produced the film. The main characters of the film are Sam Riley as Ian, Samantha Morton as Deborah, and Alexandra Maria Lara as Annik Honoré. It also stars James Anthony Pearson, Joe Anderson, and Harry Treadaway as Joy Division members Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, and Stephen Morris, respectively, as well as Toby Kebbell as band manager Rob Gretton and Craig Parkinson as Factory Records head Tony Wilson.
The film follows Ian Curtis' life from 1973 to 1980, focusing on his marriage to Deborah, the formation and rise of Joy Division, his struggle with epilepsy, and his extramarital affair with Annik, culminating in his May 1980 suicide. The film's title derives from the Joy Division song "She's Lost Control".
The unsurmountable difficulties take the central part in the subject of these films. Blake suffers from the real life, nobody can understand his person, emotions and experiences and he runs away from it to drugs and other bad things. Of course, it has the consequences. And we observe his long walk around his native-town, Seattle. He tries to find the sense of his life, uses the drugs again and again.
Ian. His situation is not so perspective too. His career in the music industry grows but he doesn’t glad to it. He is seriously ill. The fit of epilepsy attacks him again and again. And it’s not the end of his problems. He married so early and in the film he fell in love with Annik, admirer of his creation who was in one of his band’s concert. Their relationships are so good, but Ian has a baby with his wife Deborah.
In the end of these films Ian and Blake decided to leave this world. Their deaths left the deep track in the hearts of their admirers and their music and persons are the real legends in many time.

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